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A Promenade of Shorts: A Mini Festival of Tiny Plays

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Three Venues & Three Audiences in a Single Night

Are you looking for an exciting and unexpected Fringe-like theatre experience in the heart of Adelaide?

Red Phoenix Theatre and Holden Street Theatres have created an ingenious solution - A Promenade of Shorts - a unique COVID-inspired mini-festival of tiny plays!

Laura Antoniazzi, Tom Filsell, Jasmine Leech, and Tom Tassone - Loyalties by Murphy Guyer

Showcasing an inspired collection of engaging 10-minute-plays, each evening will see three separate audiences rotate through the three primary venues of Holden Street Theatres (The Studio, The Arch and The Box Bar) until they have viewed all nine plays.

As audience members arrive, during the intervals and as they promenade between the performance spaces, an array of unusual characters will add a touch of fun and brush with the bizarre!

Expect to be surprised as you may find yourself being entertained by a marionette named Albert, or amongst the first Australians offered a free trial COVID vaccine, and perhaps witness an unlikely speak-off between Martin Luther King, Robert Kennedy and Julia Gillard!

Brian Godfrey, Joanne St Clair and Nick Fagan feature in the hilariously funny Driving Mr Diddy by Mandy Bannon

Red Phoenix Theatre's Artistic Director, Michael Eustice says, "Many of the greatest joys in creating theatre come from overcoming obstacles which, to begin with, seem insurmountable. The idea for A Promenade of Shorts began like this. As COVID guidelines limited us to a maximum of 30 people in a venue, we asked ourselves the question, "But what if we have three venues?"

Stephen Tongun is Martin Luther King in Words That Matter by Martin Luther King, Robert Kennedy and Julia Gillard.

A Promenade of Shorts is set to be a wonderful evening of creative delight for all to enjoy! Come and join Red Phoenix Theatres and Holden Street Theatres as they return to the Adelaide stage this October.

Tickets are now on sale for A Promenade of Shorts: A Mini Festival of Tiny Plays. Choose from the following sessions:

  • Thursday 22 - Saturday 24 October: 7:30pm

  • Sunday 25 October: 2:00pm

  • Wednesday 28 - Saturday 31 October: 7:30pm.

    Tickets are priced from $19 to $25.

    Early bookings are advised as places are strictly limited. Click here to secure your place.

    For more information on the plays, cast, crew and COVID Safe Plan, please see here and join the Facebook Event.

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    When: Thurs 22 - Sat 24 Oct: 7:30pm
    Sun 25 Oct: 2:00pm
    Wed 28 - Sat 31 Oct: 7:30pm
    Where: The Box Bar, The Studio & The Arch
    34 Holden Street, Hindmarsh SA 5007
    Cost: Adult: $25
    Group (6 or more): $21pp
    Concession: $19
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